Armstrong highlighted in statehouse display cases

The Armstrong Air and Space Museum's Greg Brown, left, and Brittany Venturella, right show off their display cases in the Ohio Statehouse's Map Room. The displays were a collaboration between the Museum and the Auglaize County Historical Society.
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AJ HECHT
Staff Writer

The Ohio Statehouse is getting in on the 2019 Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, and on Wednesday, received some help from a few Auglaize County historians in order to do so.

Representatives from the Armstrong Air and Space Museum and the Auglaize County Historical Society made the trip down to Columbus earlier this week to install a display in the capitol's 'Map Room.'
The display, which will be on exhibit until the end of July, celebrates the roots, the accomplishments, and the global impact of Wapakoneta's favorite son, Neil Armstrong.

Rachel Barber and Chandra Hoffman of the Auglaize County Historical Society and Brittany Venturella and Greg Brown of the Armstrong Air and Space Museum collaborated on the project, and put together...

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